Dems Expect Senate Passage Of ‘Violence Against Women Act’ Thursday

The Senate is expected to pass the Democrats’ “Violence Against Women Act” without major changes Thursday, according to a senior Democratic aide.

The chamber will vote on a four amendments — two Republican, two Democratic, with one hour of debate for each — prior to a final vote on the legislation.

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